This month, you can expect to see your student’s test scores arrive in the mail. Before they do, we want to provide you with the resources you need to better understand AzMERIT testing, and what the test results mean.
As you may have heard in news, the majority of students in Arizona did not pass the AzMERIT reading and math assessments. This test was administered to help the Arizona Department of Education analyze students’ reading and math proficiency levels, and while students are required to take the test, passing is not mandatory for graduation.
For more information on the purpose of AzMERIT and test results, we’ve included a variety of important resources in the list below.
- Arizona Department of Education- AzMERIT Help
- Arizona Department of Education- Scoring FAQs
- Expect More Arizona
- AzMERIT Report Family Guide
Fall 2016 Testing Dates
AzMERIT will take place again in the fall. As a reminder, AzMERIT is an End of Course (EOC) Assessment, and as such, only students enrolled in specific high school courses will be required to take the test. More information will be released closer to the testing dates, so stay tuned to our blog and PSP homepage!
Fall testing dates are available in the PSP, under Registration.
Remember, if you have any further questions, you can always reach out to us! Give us a call at 480.456.6678, and one of our highly-qualified staff members will be more than happy to assist you.